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these scenes haven't been seen in the Turkish capital city of Ankara for over a decade and represent as of this set back to techies powerful presidents tali paddle on his ruling A. K. policy has lost control of the country's capital the first time in a local election to the country's main opposition policy but perhaps more significant the loss here in a stumble techies largest city add one launched his political career it defeats Hey is a broader sign of dwindling support this techies economic downturn weighs heavily on faces , not as it is I believe the only reason we couldn't get the results we wanted in some cities is that we could express ourselves enough to our nation and we fight to win that Hoxie it didn't gel all not Tom Amish the loss came despite the president's daily rallies and overwhelmingly supportive media coverage add one is now promised to focus on techies troubled economy in the run up to national elections in twenty twenty three the currency crisis after last year's election drug the lira down by thirty percent and tip the economy towards recession with unemployment rising some voces of paid ready to punish the president , last week he called himself the boss of the economy with so many concerned with where it's going it shows despite said one sixteen year grip on power Hey he's an awesome me into a shift in public opinion